It was influenced by Hammer Horror films. It is one of several vampire movies made in Mexico in the 1960s, alongside Miguel Morayta‘s duology The Bloody Vampire (1962) and The Invasion of the Vampires (1963).
In El gran libro del vampiro (“The great book of the vampire”), Alexis Puig said, “There is a lot of eroticism, especially lesbian: female vampires biting female victims;” and highlighted a scene in which the count must fight inside his own coffin with a man carrying a crucifix as a “very dramatic scene.”
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